Travel Blogs from Vaison-la-Romaine
After getting up and showered as usual we sat back to have a cup of coffee (andy) and tea (Emma) and Emma partnered these with some left over bacon and eggs from the extremely lack lustre carbonara that we cooked last night (I'll warn you all that Barilla gluten free is quite terrible). But I was lucky enough to have some lovely fresh pain au chocolat - french pastries like a croissant but with chocolate too!
Everything into the car again and we were on the road, back ...
... her". Where do we think these kids learn it from? Comments and jokes made by the adults in their lives. This little nine year old girl was able to look through all of that ******** that everyone has said to her through all these years, and still genuinely care about how someone is on the inside. I wish I was more like Magdalena, and I wish more people were... Because that little rebellious girl is one of a kind, and anyone would be lucky to have her as their ...
... and further east, Poland etc, you could see from their badges on their number plates as they thundered along with supplies going from one side of the continent to the other.
We passed Lyon and just after Montelimar we turned into Viviers, our home for three nights with ATC members Richard and Marie Anne. Well, it was like falling down a tunnel in time. We were staying in a house built in the fourteenth century! In fact it was three houses that had ...
... bit of time to find a place to park. Once we did, we were lucky enough to catch the shuttle bus right away and take us to the walled city. I had no idea that it was so big! We found the Palace fairly quickly and did the full tour, which took us longer than
expected as well. Avignon was used as the home for the popes when it was built by Pope Clement V in 1309. It lasted as the home for about 70 years, ...
We weren't quite ready to leave Provence before visiting another market so we had timed our visit to Vaison-La-Romaine for its large Tuesday market with over 400 vendors. Ancient Vaison-la-Romaine was more than just a colony as it had a treaty with Rome and therefore had a preferred status. This combined with its thriving farming economy of olives and vineyards made it a prosperous town of 6,000. Vaison only recently reached the same population levels it had during Roman ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Chez Delesse Vaison-la-Romaine
Other places to stay in Vaison-la-Romaine
1, Place Montfort, Vaison-la-Romaine | 3 star hotelfrom $123
Quartier Chante Coucou - Le Crestet, Vaison-la-Romaine | Hotelfrom $89
Les hauts de Vaison, Vaison-la-Romaine | 3 star hotelfrom $92
Chemin de Sainte Croix, Vaison-la-Romaine | Hotelfrom $118
Les Auric, Route d'Avignon - D977, Vaison-la-Romaine | Hotelfrom $88